Primary FH thrower
Distances: Truth ~260 reliably, Escape ~290 reliably/~315 max, Havoc ~300/330
165 Opto Havoc - Getting a bit more distance with this than the Flow, really liking this disc.
169 Opto Flow - Fresh Opto definitely has a tick or two more HSS than the Gold Line
168 Gold Line Flow - Main DD right now off the tee.
170 VIP Boatman - Headwind distance. I can count on this to not turn or come out of an accidental anhyzer
Control Drivers for Long Fairway Shots
170 S-Line PD - Headwind long fairway shots
173 Fuzion Escape - backup, tick more stable than lucid
171 Lucid Escape - main fairway driver, fairly straight, holds lines.
170 Tournament Hatchet - long turnover shots, tailwinds.
Fairway Drivers and Utility:
167 Champ Teebird - OS fairway driver
168 S-line FD - Slightly US fairway.
168 Gold Line River - Rollers, keeps my FD from getting too banged up.
176 Lucid Verdict - OS for wind or more fade
170 Lucid Truth - main mid, slightest hint of turn after a year+ of use.
170 Lucid Truth - fresh, possibly a hint straighter than the beat one.
170 Z Meteor - US mid. For left turns. Considering dropping this and using putters for the understable shots or a Truth with anhyzer
Putters and Approach:
175 Lucid Suspect - FH approach disc, hyzer approaches
175 BT Soft Harp - approaches when the Suspect is too far, has an earlier fade also. The soft plastic sits and grips the ground without the skip of the lucid Suspect.
175 Lucid Judge - Short drives, approaches where I need more US than the Suspect.
175 Classic Hard Judge x2- main putter. Push putts.
Headwind drivers: I go back and forth between the Enforcer and Boatman. Other considerations: Giant, Air Giant, Destroyer.
Distance drivers: I don't know if I need the Opto Flow, which is similar to the Gold Line Flow for those times when there is just a hint more wind. I also started throwing and really liking the Havoc, so I probably should drop one of the Flows, but I like having them as a backup if I'm not feeling the Havoc, as the Flows don't need as much power. Other discs in the running: Bolt, Tern, Sword, Renegade, Beast
Understable fairway drivers: I love the FD, but it's not as US as the River or the Hatchet. I suppose I could just switch to one and "learn the disc" a bit more, putting more or less hyzer/anhyzer on the disc to control the amount of turn, but it's nice to throw flat and let the disc's flight do it's thing. I keep the River around because I don't want to beat in the FD or Hatchet too quickly by throwing rollers with them. Still, that's 3 discs that could theoretically be narrowed down to 1.
Mids, approach discs, putters: The Meteor gets used about once a round, but I feel like I could get similar lines from a Lucid Judge or Opto Pure. The Suspect is the best feeling disc in this category, but sometimes I want the Harp for a shorter shot that won't skip. I definitely use the Suspect off the tee on at least two holes so that has to stay. I like a premium plastic putter for approaches but maybe I could get by throwing one of my midranges more, like the Truth or Meteor.